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The Boats wait for the fishing season to open in Fraserburgh harbour May 2014
Tight turn around the harbour
Yacht enter harbor in stormy weather
via YouTube Capture
Just a look at the harbour in the BROCH 30 odd years ago.
The black water sand being taken down another 30 ft
via YouTube Capture
Seals at Fraserburgh harbour mistyanglingtrips
Shemarah II - LH65 - Limping into Fraserburgh Scotland with engine trouble, 13th May 2010. # MMSI Number: 232007650 # Callsign: MVRR7 # Main Gear type : OTB - Bottom otter trawls # Secondary Gear type : NO - No gear # Hull material code : 2 - Metal # Year of Construction : 1995 # Place of Construction : CAMPBELTOWN # LOA : 26.30 # Tonnage GT : 301.00 T # Engine : Cummins KTA-50-MTA
Places to see in ( Fraserburgh - UK ) Fraserburgh is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It lies at the far northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, about 40 miles (64 km) north of Aberdeen, and 17 miles (27 km) north of Peterhead. It is the biggest shellfish port in Europe, landing over 12,000 tonnes in 2008, and is also a major white fish port and busy commercial harbour. The name of the town means, literally, 'burgh of Fraser', after the Fraser family that bought the lands of Philorth in 1504 and thereafter brought about major improvement due to investment over the next century. Fraserburgh became a burgh of barony in 1546. By 1570, the Fraser family had built a castle (Fraserburgh Castle) at Kinnaird's Head and within a year the area church was built. By the 1590s the area known as Faithlie...
This week E4 is on tour to Scotland! We’ve chosen 6 keen beans who will be taken on a trip north of the border to experience all the great things you can do here. Check out what they got up to in the Highlands & Aberdeenshire. Keep your eyes peeled every night on the first ad break after Celebs go Dating to see where our lucky 6 will go next. Find out more on how you too can experience great fun activities in Scotland at: https://www.visitscotland.com/campaign/scote4/ #scotE4 See more from VisitScotland: Subscribe on YouTube: https://goo.gl/v8Rfpp Visit our website: https://www.visitscotland.com/ Like our Facebook page: https://goo.gl/28ZRdn Join the iKnow Community https://community.visitscotland.com/ Follow us on Instagram: https://goo.gl/Mc3dFD Say hello on Twitter: https://tw...
Beachy Head white cliffs at the Sussex coast with lighthouse and paragliding in Eastbourne, South England, UK. The chalk cliffs were formed 100 million years ago, when last Ice Age ended and sea levels rose the English Channel formed. There is not much of a beach; just rocks. You can go there for a beautiful walk in the Seven Sister Country Park. Sadly this seafront is also a suicide spot with about 20 deaths a year. James Bond film The Living Daylights used the cliff in it's opening sequence with Bond parachuted from a jeep which overshot the top of the cliff.
Family trip to Scotland June 12-19 2009. Flew into Glasgow, stayed in Dundee, visited the cities and towns of Brechin, Edzell, Greystone, Edinburgh, Arbroath, Montrose, and Stirling, the castles of Edzell, Glamis, Edinburgh, and Stirling as well as a round of golf at the Championship course at Carnoustie.
Devil's Pulpit - Inside Music: "Mattia Cupelli - waves" Devil's Pulpit in Finnich Glen is one of those places which you remember to the end of your life. If there is a place on earth where dinosaurs could still exist. That would be in here. Place is absolutely magical ! Idea of flying inside the "Pulpit" came in to my mind just from nowhere :) I believe if ideas came to you head they can't be rejected. After few first attempt I realized how difficult and complicated will it be. Difficult access, weather conditions, height, wind, lack of GPS signal and narrowness of course. All of that makes flying much more time absorbing that usually. My hands was shaking after each landing. Finally, after 6 visits in Pulpit , about 200 minutes of flying ( few close calls ) and weeks of post-productio...
wee day trip to the westcoast for one of the best days ive had surfing in the uk!
10 day bus tour of Britain.
Places to see in ( Ellon - UK ) Ellon is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, approximately 16 miles north of Aberdeen, lying on the River Ythan, which has one of the few undeveloped river estuaries on the eastern coast of Scotland. It is in the ancient region of Formartine. Its name is believed to derive from the Gaelic term Eilean, an island, on account of the presence of an island in the River Ythan, which offered a convenient fording point. Places of interest within the town include the ruins of Ellon Castle, surrounded by walls known as the Deer Dyke, and the Auld Brig, a category A listed bridge across the Ythan, built in 1793 and still in use as a pedestrian bridge. The Riverside Park offers walkways alongside the Ythan, from which herons, salmon, trout and otters may be observed. I...
The trailer for the next episode of A Woman's Guide to the World! "Surfing the South Island of New Zealand - Winter" will be released on Sept. 1st, so make sure to follow @awomansguidetotheworld on Instagram and Facebook to view the full version! Produced by Apollonia Productions and Wrestler. Cinematography by Conor Lui.
View all trip information at: http://ladyonarock.com/the-great-outdoors-challenge/ The Great Outdoors Challenge is a west coast-to-east coast cross-country backpack across Scotland. Three hundred participants are selected each year to participate in the event with only a handful from the United States. My husband, Dan and I made the crossing in the annual event in May 2014.
In this episode we travel from Balvenie Castle in Dufftown to Aberdour Beach near New Aberdour. Aberdour beach can be found near the 19th century planned village of New Aberdour, which contains one of the oldest churches in Scotland which is believed to have been founded in 580 AD by Saint Drostan and Saint Columba. While exploring Aberdour beach we found more swallows building their nests in the caves. The Retro Lab's Scottish Adventure is a two thousand mile road trip around Scotland in which we continued our mission to find Britain's (and maybe even the world's) best driving roads, also visiting many castles and other points-of-interest along the way, but it didn't go quite how we had planned.... Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode! If you like driving, adventures, castl...
Baptism is a Christian sacrament of admission and adoption, almost invariably with the use of water, into the Christian Church generally and also a particular church. The canonical Gospels report that Jesus was baptized—a historical event to which a high degree of certainty can be assigned. Baptism has been called a sacrament and an ordinance of Jesus Christ. In some denominations, baptism is also called christening, but for others the word "christening" is reserved for the baptism of infants.